Marshall White Center Manager, Suzanne Turley, comes from a background of Education, Community and Physical Fitness. Suzanne has been employed for Ogden-Weber-Community Action Partnership for the past 14 years in various teaching and supervising positions while teaching at Weber State University as a Physical Education Adjunct Professor and Special Needs and Relationship teacher. She also coaches for a local Junior High cross country and track team. We are excited to bring her skills and passion to Marshall White.
Events Coordinator/Recreation Supervisor, Angela Rowe, brings a diverse resume of community involvement and networking to the staff at the Marshall White Center. She is the perfect fit for helping all of our events and recreation programs grow to fit the needs of the Ogden community!
Accounting Clerk, Ana Mora, is pleased to work at Marshall White Center and Ogden-Weber Community Action Partnership (OWCAP). She appreciates working in an environment where people of all backgrounds come together for recreation and community activities. Ana is the bridge between Marshall White and the Procurement and Fiscal Department at OWCAP.
Lifeguarding and Pool Staff
The Marshall white center pool staff are absolutely irreplaceable! The pool staff assist in organizing pool activities as well as safety courses for youngsters at the pool. Our pool staff use their skills to promote the center in a variety of ways ranging from Water Aerobics instruction to swimming lessons and more. Head guard: Starlynn Hernandez, Lifeguards: Keenan, Marissa, Adrina, Alina, Mason P.,Mason M.
Receptionists, Cristina, Julie, Adinia and Eddy are ready to great our patrons with smiles each day. They assist our management team with a variety of projects and love to help with special events to serve the community.
Youth Program Coaches
Ogden City Corp. provides funding for a youth program accessible to the entire community. As a result, some of the finest and most talented coaching staff in northern Utah have gathered to provide quality programming here at the Marshall White Center. Aside from their coaching abilities, these gifted individuals understand their important role as a positive mentor and leader for the youth who visit our center.
Building Monitors, Mr. Holston and Ben are happy to greet our guests and provide a safe and clean environment. They have great attitudes and love to help with projects.
Maintenance, Benny is here to clean it, build it, fix it, paint it and anything else we need to keep the Marshall White Center clean and safe for all.